Sister of man killed after helicopter crashed on top of him is burgled as she mourns with relativesHer house was ransacked for jewellery the day after her brother's deathShe had been with family to 'give each other support' following the tragedy PUBLISHED: 14:33 GMT, 19 January 2013 | UPDATED: 17:03 GMT, 19 January 2013 Mourning: Amanda Wood was burgled after her brother Matthew, pictured, was killed by a helicopter The sister of a pedestrian killed when a helicopter crashed on top of him in central London has been burgled while mourning his death with relatives. Amanda Wood returned home on Thursday – the day after her brother Matthew Wood, 39, was killed in Vauxhall – to find her house ransacked
Walking in the air! World's 'scariest' and highest suspension bridge opens 1,5000ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps The bridge is almost 10,000ft above sea levelThe structure cost 1 million to build, is 330ft long and 3ft wideAt its official opening a snowstorm hid what lay beneath to visitors | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 17 December 2012 The world's scariest bridge has been opened – a pedestrian walkway suspended 1,500ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps.
Caught on CCTV: Moment business was saved from flooding by Good Samaritans who noticed torrent and called for helpPasserby spotted water pouring through the roof of design firm Taylor James in Shoreditch, east LondonStaff working on 2nd floor of the building completely unaware of flooding The kind Samaritan alerted the company director over the phone | UPDATED: 20:20 GMT, 6 December 2012 A business was saved after a pedestrian passing the building rang the boss to say: 'Hello, it is raining – in your office.' The kind Samaritan stopped and stared in horror through the window of design firm Taylor James as torrents of water gushed from the ceiling, soaking the ground floor. The drama was captured on CCTV footage on cameras both inside and outside the premises in Shoreditch, east London.
'You’d have to be Usain Bolt to cross safely': Coroner's fury over 87-year-old killed on busy roadMary Woods would have taken an estimated 4.4 seconds just to get halfway across the A56 close to her home in Timperley, Greater ManchesterAn inquest heard the pensioner had little chance of making it across the road safely and was knocked down by a van She suffered multiple injuries and died two weeks later in hospital | UPDATED: 23:54 GMT, 28 November 2012 Tragic: Mary Woods, 87, died after being hit by a van on a busy dual carriageway. A coroner said she would have needed the speed of Usain Bolt to get across the road safely A woman of 87 who died after being hit by a van on a busy dual carriageway would have needed the speed of Usain Bolt to get across the road safely, a coroner said yesterday